Top chef talks extreme measures

2015-05-06 09:31

Celebrity chef, author and extreme athlete David Grier will be speaking about his “big issue” at the next Big Issue magazine business breakfast.

Grier has just completed a trip to North Korea to get permission to run the length of the country through to South Korea. “Does one have to do something stupid to be ­heard?” asks Grier. His message is of hope, and making a difference in people’s lives by recognising opportunity and never giving up.

The breakfast takes place in the ballroom at the Table Bay Hotel on Wednesday 13 May from 08:15 to 10:00.

Tickets cost R160 and are available at

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